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Aberdeen Accommodation

Aberdeen the third largest city in Scotland is amiably situated at about hundred and fifty miles north of Edinburgh. Some of the special features of this city include a number of music venues, the popular bars of Belmount street, the world famous Aberdeen International Youth Festival, the popular Royal Aberdeen Golf Club, and the like.

Aberdeen has a wide range of accommodation for its visitors. There are luxury hotels like the five-star rated Marcliffe Hotel and Spa and a number of four-star hotels, such as Copthorne Hotel Aberdeen, Thistle Aberdeen Caledonian, Aberdeen Apartments, Mercure Ardoe House Hotel and Spa Aberdeen, Micasa Aparthotel, Norwood Hall Hotel, City Centre Apartments, Skene House Hotelsuites Whitehall, Thistle Aberdeen Airport, and many more. These hotels provide a world class luxury to the visitors that would like to visit Aberdeen for business or tourism purposes. The price ranges of these hotels vary widely from £75 to £199 according to the type of room and the location of the hotels.

When it comes to cheap stay at Aberdeen, there are a lot of affordable hotels that can provide you with a comfortable stay. Some of the cheap hotels at Aberdeen include Huntly Arms Hotel, Waterside Inn, Udny Arms Hotel, Highland Haven Hotel, and Meldrum Arms Hotel. These hotels are classified under the three-star category and the price ranges from £30 to £45.

If you are planning a business or luxury trip to Aberdeen, it is wise to reserve rooms in advance for an anxiety free stay at the city. Since all of the hotels have their own websites that allow you to book rooms in advance, you can do so by visiting their websites. There are also agents’ websites where you can compare the facilities, price range and customer reviews before you choose a hotel to stay at Aberdeen.

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